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Post 5 – Canadian Design Today – Theo Dimson

Theo Dimson was a Canadian graphic designer born April 8, 1930 in London, Ontario. He was most known for his movie and theatre posters which were done in a very art deco style. He did his schooling at Ontario College… Continue Reading →

Blog 4 – Postmodernism in Europe – Robert Venturi

Robert Venturi was an American architect born on June 25, 1925 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is a very important architect, as he and his wife actually shaped the way architects, planners, and students, thought about and experienced architecture. He did… Continue Reading →

Blog 3 – Supergraphic Innovators – Paula Scher

Paula Scher is a designer, painter, and art education in which she teaches in design. She is part of the well known company of Pentagram. In fact, she was actually the first female principal at the New York office design… Continue Reading →

Blog 2 – Psychedelic – Wes Wilson

Robert Wesley Wilson, known as Wes Wilson, is an American artist from Sacramento, California born in July 15, 1937. He’s known for his 60s rock concert poster and was also one of the fathers of the psychedelic poster movement. His… Continue Reading →

Blog 1 – Advertising – Herbert Bayer

Herbert Bayer was an Austrian American designer. He was born Haag, Austria-Hungary on April 5, 1900. As a child, his parents encouraged his artistic side. He was very versatile in terms of skills and was also a painter, photographer, sculptor,… Continue Reading →

Blog 10: Present Technology and Tradition/New Horizons – Craig Mullins

Craig Mullins is an American concept artist known for being one of the first pioneers of digital art. He’s from California, but is currently residing in Hawaii. He has worked on book covers, concept art and matte painting for films,… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 6: Departures and Rumblings – Mark English

Mark English is a painter and illustrator born in Hubbard, Texas in 1933. He was known for his magazine illustrations. He worked for McCalls, Time, Sports Illustrated, and other magazines. He has also made 13 stamps for the US Postal… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 1: Beginnings to the Golden Age – Alphonse Mucha

Alphonse Mucha was a Czech artist in the Art Nouveau art movement born in Ivancice, Moravia on July 24, 1860. He did both fine art and commercial art, including painting, illustrations, advertisements, and designs. He is well known for his… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 5: Postwar Prosperities – Coby Whitmore

Coby Whitmore is an American painter and illustrator. He is known for his cover work for the magazine, Saturday Evening Post, and his advertisement illustrations of brands such as Gallo Wine. He was also very into race cars and in… Continue Reading →

Blog Post 4: The Golden Age Part 2 – Mead Schaeffer

Mead Schaeffer was an American illustrator born in New York on July 15, 1898. He was known for the work he did for magazines and books. His early work depicted pieces with stories of adventure and romance, though later on,… Continue Reading →

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